Customers often ask us "what is the best emergency light?" Of course this is a broad question, and the only true answer is: the light that best suits your specific need.
However, if we were pressed to name one it would have to be our tough, reliable and infinitely customizable steel emergency lights.
They fit practically any interior commercial or industrial environment and are the only lights approved for use in Chicago and New York City, where emergency lighting laws are the strictest of any city in the United States.
You will often encounter the S-EL series lights wall-mounted in the following locations:
Fixtures have a sturdy 20 gauge steel housing that protects the internal electronics. The housing is powder coated with baked enamel, white finish. Black, gray and other colors are available.
Universal knockout patterns on the back of the fixture can be mounted to most standard junction boxes.
Steel Emergency Lights come standard with two fully-directional 9.0-watt emergency lamp heads molded from high-impact thermoplastic. However these units can be fitted with a number of different lamp types:
6 volt, 18 watt sealed lead-acid battery requires 24 hours to fully charge and will produce a minimum 90 minutes' worth of emergency lighting. They typically last between 3 to 5 years.
Auto-test - constantly monitors the battery, circuits and lamps, eliminating monthly battery testing. An audible alarm can be toggled to alert the user when a malfunction occurs.
Nickel Cadmium Battery - the NiCad battery offers 120 minutes of emergency runtime, lasts 5-7 years and reduces the overall shipping weight
Time-Delay - keeps the lamps running for an additional 15 minutes after power is restored. This feature mainly applies to locations that use HID lights in their general lighting, which can take up to 15 minutes to reach full intensity.
Cord Set - If you need to plug your emergency light into the wall purchase the cord set option that allows you to connect your emergency light to any standard 120v AC outlet.
Voltmeter - visual display of the voltage condition/level of the battery.
Ammeter - visual display of the current that is being consumed by the emergency light at all time.
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